Hi, Michael Biebl <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-10-16): > I've CCed debian-boot for this specific issue Thanks. > On Mon, 1 Jun 2015 18:28:03 +0200 Andreas Henriksson <email@example.com> > wrote: > > > * udeb > > > > The eject package builds the eject-udeb package, which util-linux > > will need to provide. (Another option would be to ship it inside > > util-linux-udeb but that would probably need coordination with the > > installer team.) > > The eject utility from util-linux will also bring a dependency > > on libmount, which currently has no udeb. This needs to be added > > as well. Should hopefully not be an issue... (famous last words?) Please coordinate with debian-boot@ (bonus points: cc me) when changing udebs; that includes introducing new udebs. > > * translations > > > > make sure to include template and translations from old package. > > debian/eject-udeb.templates, debian/po, etc. > > See: man dh_installdebconf > > > > * Other things to consider > > > > debian/eject-udeb.postinst -- some comments on exactly what purpose > > this serves would be welcomed.... > > > Christian, do you know where eject is used in d-i and what the debconf > translations and the postinst are used for? As mentioned on #debian-boot earlier, postinst, config, templates (and their translation) are used with the eject-udeb package getting inserted into main-menu, which is d-i's main program, driving debconf prompts. So if you move the udeb around, please retain all relevant metadata (including the XB-Installer-Menu-Item field, which tells d-i where to insert this item into main-menu). If you move stuff around, please make sure we update this file accordingly, to track l10n status: svn+ssh://svn.debian.org/svn/d-i/trunk/packages/po/packages_list KiBi.
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